SEP client for Linux Auto-Protect is not supported on Ubuntu 12.04 FIX ID: 3873969 Symptom: The Symap and Sym EV kernel modules do not load on Ubuntu 12.04, kernel 3.2.0-55-generic-pae, which results in no Auto-Protect functionality.
Solution: Added support for various versions of Ubuntu.
When multiple network adapters are present, changing a firewall rule’s adapter type does not work as expected FIX ID: 3799146 Symptom: On a computer with multiple network adapters, firewall rules that specify adapter type or name do not apply correctly to traffic that does not include the local computer’s MAC address or IP address.
The affected traffic includes incoming multicast traffic and incoming broadcast traffic. Solution: Adjusted the firewall to properly identify the interface receiving incoming traffic if it has no local identifying interface information.
Large numbers of files in Sym Delta folders result in out of disk space issues FIX ID: 3872101 Symptom: Large number of files in Sym Delta folders result when the definition delta merge continuously fails.
Specifically, these temp folders are involved: C:\Documents and Settings\Network Service\Local Settings\Temp or C:\Users\semsrv\App Data\Local\Temp Solution: Delta merge files are now deleted when delta merge failure occurs.
This document lists the new fixes and component versions in Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) 12.1 Release Update 6 Maintenance Pack 4 (12.1.6 MP4).
This information supplements the information found in the Release Notes.
These audit failures have event ID 4776 with error code 0xc0000064.
Solution: The proper domain name now passes to Sem Launchsvc.exe, along with the username in User Principal Name (UPN) format, to prevent these events.
You can now also configure the number of days to keep delta merge files in conf.properties, with the value scm.delta.merge.delete.
Endpoint Status does not show Out-of-Date clients to Limited Administrators FIX ID: 3816777 Symptom: The Endpoint Status report does not display the appropriate data for out-of-date clients to Limited Administrators.
In addition, the unmanaged client does not have a regular connection back to the campus’ network.